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2 former paramedics appealing convictions in death of Hamilton teen Yosif Al-Hasnawi   36%


Two men sentenced Tuesday for failing to provide the necessaries of life to a Hamilton teen while they were paramedics are appealing their convictions in the unprecedented case.


Why thieves are snatching French bulldogs across the US   -4%


The two thieves who brutally robbed 27-year-old Marieke Bayens at gunpoint on a California street were not after her purse – or her. They wanted the little dog at the end of her leash: Merlyn, a French bulldog.From New York to Los Angeles, and from Miami to Chicago, thefts of the prized breed have been on the rise.Small and friendly – and thus easy to grab – French bulldogs are hugely popular, selling for thousands of dollars on the black market.They have the added draw of being a “dog of the…


NATO unveils space policy   22%


NATO considers space increasingly important to its mission and fears potential adversaries might seek to harm its orbital assets, the alliance has announced, adding it reserves the right to declare a space attack an act of war.
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Tamworth trainers set to carve up showcase home-track meeting   -10%

Cody Morgan is one of the Tamworth trainers expected to dominate Thursday’s meeting on their home track.


Israeli police chief announces stricter rules on detaining journalists   -2%

After two high-profile arrests of reporters by Israeli police forces, officers will now have to seek permission from high-ranking officials before any such arrest


This SoHo Brewery Tour Includes the Neighborhood  


Torch and Crown is including a walking tour of the area in its brewery tours.


Organic Milk Farmers in Northeast Under Pressure as Processors Look West   -3%


Organic milk has been a lifeline for small farms in Maine and other New England states. Now those farms are facing trouble as milk processors look to huge dairies in Western states.


Melanie Lynskey on that chilling Yellowjackets finale   -16%

We’re going to talk about the tragic final twist in the Yellowjackets season finale in a moment. But first, I’m still reeling from the opening minutes.


Pep Lijnders confident Liverpool can conquer Arsenal in Carabao Cup tie   10%


Lijnders wants his squad to be optimistic about their chances of reaching the Carabao Cup final.


Modern-day cavemen mark Israels birthday at paleo market   34%

At the meat-heavy Paleo Market at Latrun, the first course is wild boar, followed by a post-Stone Age dessert of ice cream pop and a good espresso.


Annual inflation rate hits 30-year high, upping pressure on Bank of Canada  



The reading compared with a year-over-year increase of 4.7 per cent in November.


The week in wildlife in pictures   49%


The best of this week’s wildlife pictures, including wild goats, a new baby gorilla and a very rare octopus

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Israeli billionaire Yitzhak Tshuva offloads stake in Tamar Petroleum to media mogul Eli Azur   10%

The combination of media and natural gas isn’t new in Israel; Tshuva owns about 20% of the company that operates Channel 12 television, while Azur controls The Jerusalem Post


Vilsack homes in on small meat processors  

“We expect and anticipate that a minimum of 15 plants will be helped and assisted,” Vilsack told MA.


Emma Raducanu inspired by Andy Murrays fighting spirit at Australian Open   -10%


Raducanu watched Murray’s five-set win over Nikoloz Basilashvili before joining him in the second round.


Florence Is Burning   -7%

Inspired by American drag ball culture, the young Finnish designer Ervin Latimer staged a raucous, gender-ambivalent throwdown for his Pitti Uomo debut.


Lata Mangeshkar is stable, says spokesperson  


Singing legend Lata Mangeshkar, who was admitted in the ICU of a city hospital here, is stable, her spokesperson said on Wednesday.



Galia Oz's demagogic and narcissistic book proves she's her father's true literary heiress   30%

The book Amos Oz’s daughter wrote about his abuse of her as a child is causing shock waves, with many relating to it as the truth, not a literary work. It is a deceptive and unbalanced effort by an entitled person


How Trump and Sanders curiously combined to create Americas most progressive generation  


Occupy Wall St, Greta Thunberg, Parkland shooting and George Floyd murder also shaped Generation Z, author tells Andrew Buncombe


PM announces end to Plan B Covid measures  

Various restrictions in England, including the recommendation to work from home, will be lifted.


Alec Baldwin Will Turn in Phone to Investigators This Week, Lawyer Says   10%


The sheriff’s office in Santa Fe said nearly a month had elapsed since a search warrant was issued for the phone, but it had not yet been surrendered.


Plaschke: Matthew Stafford proves he can win in playoffs, but can he beat the GOAT?   5%


Matthew Stafford had more riding on the Rams' success against the Cardinals than any other player on field, but can he beat Tom Brady and the Buccaneers next weekend?


Her lust for adventure was honey for me: readers favourite travel books   20%


From dodging the Nazis in Italy to running around New Zealand, our tipsters found inspiration and insight to help them forget the pandemic

Fabled Shore is Rose Macaulay’s account of her journey in 1949, alone and by car, round the coast of Iberia from Catalonia to the Algarve. She found dire poverty and the Spain she describes, still reeling from civil war, is unrecognisable to us now. Today’s tourist hotspots were then empty, pristine beaches with ramshackle houses, sometimes only with a barn to sleep in, and curious children who clustered round this strange creature – a foreign woman travelling alone by car. The prose is full of beautiful descriptions, with a very funny account of what she found in Gibraltar. Strange to think that there are people still alive who remember that time. Read this, and weep.
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The Dumbledore of clowning who makes his students cry   -30%

Hundreds travel from around the world to study clowning with Philippe Gaulier, a gruff 78-year-old known for blunt, flamboyantly negative feedback.


San Jose Sharks 3, Detroit Red Wings 2 (OT): Best photos from San Jose  


The Detroit Red Wings take on the San Jose Sharks in San Jose, Calif. on Jan. 11, 2022.

      


Rory McIlroy taking inspiration from Tiger Woods ahead of 2022 season  


The 32-year-old’s form since the Ryder Cup has given him ‘renewed optimism, excitement and anticipation’ ahead of this week’s Abu Dhabi Championship


In the Herald: January 20, 1979  

Weekend no luxury, champagne for 100th birthday, and lone-parent pension sought


BBB update and a new take on retail consolidation  

Rep. Ro Khanna has a new idea for helping smaller local retailers — a tax break to help them offset a portion of the sales taxes owed to state and local governments.


Sondheimer: Moorpark High's Justin Conyers makes it happen on the soccer field and in classroom  


Moorpark High soccer star Justin Conyers has seven goals and 4.8 grade-point average. The senior has led the Musketeers to an 11-0 record.


Aaron Wan-Bissaka set to miss two more Manchester United games through illness  


The defender will not play against Brentford on Wednesday


Kazakhstan's Former Leader Speaks Out in Video on Unrest   10%


Nursultan Nazarbayev, who had been absent during the recent unrest that gripped the country, said he supported the country’s leader and the economic reforms he has proposed.


Alabama Wideout Jameson Williams Hurt in National Title Game   -20%


Jameson Williams went to a tent on the sideline before heading into the locker room during the second quarter of the national championship game.


Treasury plans crackdown on misleading cryptocurrency ads   -7%


Move to change law would see assets subject to the same FCA rules as shares and insurance

The government has unveiled plans to crack down on misleading cryptocurrency ads by making them subject to the same regulations as marketing for other financial products such as shares and insurance.

The Treasury has responded to rising concern over a surge in ads promoting cryptoassets, which are unregulated in the UK, and the potential for naive investors to lose money given the highly volatile price swings of digital currencies such as bitcoin.

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Sault Ste. Marie honours Wiikwemkoong woman for efforts preserving Anishnaabemowin  


For five decades Barbara Nolan has put her life into preserving Anishnaabemowin, and she was recently recognized for her efforts by the City of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 


Is Civil War Coming to America?  


Two books, “How Civil Wars Start,” by Barbara F. Walter, and “The Next Civil War,” by Stephen Marche, examine if the United States is facing upheaval.


Princess puts $535 million villa up for auction. See what's inside  


A villa owned by Italian Princess Rita Carpenter Boncompagni Ludovisi is now on sale for $535 million. It includes the only ceiling painting ever done by artist Caravaggio in the 1500's.